Sports Club Villa CEO Shawn Mubiru has reportedly been removed from the club’s electoral committee days before the Villa faithful head to the polls, The-SportsNation sources have been told.
These developments come in the aftermath of one of the presidential candidates, Dennis Mbidde Ssebugwawo, expressed his discontent with the club CEO, accusing him of being ‘biased’.
Mubiru, VMT/008, has been a member on the committee that was charged with the responsibility of preparation and oversight of the electoral process.
Our efforts to reach Robert Kiggundu, who serves as the VEC chairman, have been in vanity as he was unable to avail himself to either confirm or denay the allegations.
The VEC chairman had earlier hinted that the committee was to consider Mubiru’s future if the complainant had produced written evidence backing their claims.
These might simply be allegations but in the event that these claims turn out true, this will eventually be an indictment to Shawn that after the good reputation he has built at the club, something concerning impartiality brings him down.
As if that’s not enough, his future as the club’s CEO currently hangs in balance, with his detractors claiming that he has failed to convince many players including Derrick Ndahiro to stay at the club.
Meanwhile, his accuser will face-off against renown city lawyer and Busiro-East Member of Parliament Medard Ssegona in the elections slated for August 28.